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from indiana, where this video was taken, all the way to alabama. damage widespread, but especially bad in southern indiana, parts of kentucky. total devastation parts of clark county, indiana. the town of henryville especially hard hit. at least five reported dead at this hour. state of emergency in kentucky. we've got reports from all across the area. first, though, i want to check in with chad myers for the very latest for who is still in direct danger right now. >> believe it or not even at this late hour and typically storms die off by now, we still have 19 different cells, 19 different storms that are rotating enough or have tornados on the ground to have tornado warnings on them. 19 separate storms. these storms go all wait from louisiana to florida to almost atlanta, georgia. one now crossing the border from atlanta. a little farther to the north on up, the third storm of the day for chattanooga right there, tornado warning on that, especially just off to the east. and then farther on up we're seeing pretty big weather still in eastern kentucky. that may be where the biggest tor
of tornadoes this week. another massive system churning out funnel clouds, like this one in indiana that went all the way to back alabama. it's been bad in southern indiana, clark, kentucky, we got reports from all across the area. first, though, let's check in with chad myers for the latest on who is still in direct danger. >> we're still seeing storms with only five tornado warnings. that seems like a lot, but earlier tonight y had 29 separate tornado warnings for separate storms producing tornadoes on the ground. finally calming down because the heat of the day is gone. there's henriville, farther to the east, same tornado, but almost wiped out a town to the east. we also have incredible new video out of a tornado on the eastern section here of kentucky. kind of the coal fields of kentucky. west liberty, kentucky. this was by far in my opinion, watching the doppler radar, the strongest tornado on radar. doesn't mean it was the strongest one on the ground, but the rotation was the strongest and tightest, speeds going one way to another way were at least 100 miles per hour. this on radar loo
, tragedy in indiana. family of five wiped out by a tornado. hear from the man that tried to help them. >> i saw death. i knew we were done. >> you saw death? >> i mean, at that point, i knew it was over. >>> the white house says president obama has reiterated to israeli prime minister netanyahu that he supports diplomacy backed by pressure in the effort to keep iran from getting a nuclear weapon. they met for two hours at the white house today to talk about iran's nuclear program. the president says hen ate netanyahu prefer a peaceful solution. >>> police in texas searching for answering in the killing of an iranian student. houston police doubled the reward for information about the murder of the 30-year-old woman who was active in a local group that demonstrates for freedom and human rights for native country iran. police are going on record saying they're not ruling out the possibility that iran itself could be behind the murder of the young woman. cnn's drew griffin has the story. >> reporter: galardi in 2010 was on the streets protesting with the group saabs houston together trying to
very close. >> i was in indiana. we were covered, the tornado, we pulled off at the henryville exit, and moment after we arrived, we saw the twister coming across the highway right at us. the video was incredible. but it came across, we ran inside a nearby convenience store with about half a dozen other people. >> we're showing the video now. >> it went by, and waited for it. the building shook. the lights went off. the noise was incredible. and it passed right in front of us. fortunately, where we were, we were not injured, but across the street from us, a few hundred yards away, total devastation. a gas station across the street, 200 yards from us, leveled. a complex beyond the gas station leveled. trees torn down. an amazing sight to see, but there were heroic people there who immediately began to go in and pull people out. i don't think there were any injuries -- there were injuries, no deaths in this area. an amazing sight in the middle of a twister as it bears down on you. >> lawrence, we're looking at the images of you and your crew took as you were trying to seek safety from
of people died in a string of twisters across the south and the midwest. henryville, indiana, as we reported, got hit hard way a massive twister. for the first time a look at funnel cloud as it took aim at one couple who did not get out of the way in time. susan candiotti has their story. >> kept coming, getting bigger and bigger. it was way on the other side, and you could see it coming down. >> i'm recording it now. >> this is crazy. >> reporter: from their living room window, lenora and her husband wayne saw a tornado coming at them in the distance. both of you grabbed a camera? >> we both had our little cameras and doing it. >> that's as far -- ah -- >> man, that's a big one, too. it's a huge one. >> listen to it. >> he did not like storms. he watched them, and he liked seeing them, but i was a storm lover. >> reporter: but this twister was for real. >> it's coming right toward henryville. maybe we should tell them. >> it won't move. >> it's coming here. it's picking up. it's picking stuff up. look, you can see it rotate. >> hope it goes to the north of us. it looks like it's heading rig
in indiana. >> reporter: which isn't far from paula bowen's own illinois home. but one day a truant officer made a trip to that center to visit cassie and recommend she transfer to a very different place. >> cassie called me, she was crying, she said, i just made a mistake. >> what was her mistake? >> i asked her what happened, and she says, i just signed the papers to go to pinehaven. >> reporter: paula bowen says without her permission, her daughter was then whisked away, more than 1,800 miles to rural northern montana, to the pinehaven christian children's ranch, and that's where we met her. >> reporter: what's your name? >> cassie. >> where you from? >> illinois. >> reporter: bob larsson is the founder and preacher at pinehaven. >> the two biggest reasons can kids come is broken homes and they didn't have the normal home background and training with a dad and a mom and failing adoptions. >> reporter: paula bowen admits she's had serious problems with her life, including imprisonment. but says she doesn't want her daughter at pinehaven because of allegations from former employees at the
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a conversation down the road. it's hard to stop romney unless santorum or somebody has to take away indiana, has to take away west virginia, has to take away north carolina. even here romney clinches a map that's overwhelmingingly tinted in his favor. as we have the conversation tonight, it's up for anybody but romney. >> i mean, will this be a different conversation if rick santorum wins and wins big in louisiana this weekend? >> i don't think so. this is a war of attrition. and while he may be able to pick up some of the louisiana delegates like illinois, again, many of our delegates will be selected by a congressional district. and you have to look and see if rick santorum is on the ballot or he's found enough delegates. i don't believe they have any incentive to leave the race. it's really up to mitt romney. i was reading just a while ago because i teach on wednesday. if i had to grade mitt romney, he'd get an a in math. . but in terms of chemistry, i think he gets a c +. >> what do you meek of donna's argue? >> you can see by the exit polling, there's a core group of conservatives. if you l
this area, illinois, indiana, kentucky, who have come and tried to help out and cleaning up as we speak. we hear the machines in the background. >> i talked to the mayor last night and i remember him saying people from that town had gone and volunteered in joplin, missouri, last year, and so it is nice to see folk from all overcoming to help. gary, appreciate the day and i am sure it has been difficult. still ahead, a showdown in the senate over contraception and the sudden passing of andrew breitbart, dead at the age of 43. hey, it's sandra -- from accounting. peter. i can see that you're busy... but you were gonna help us crunch the numbers for accounts receivable today. i mean i know that this is important. well, both are important. let's be clear. they are but this is important too. [ man ] the receivables. [ male announcer ] michelin knows it's better for xerox to help manage their finance processing. so they can focus on keeping the world moving. with xerox, you're ready for real business. how they'll live tomorrow. for more than 116 years, ameriprise financial has worked for their cl
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to see him take new jersey. i'm giving him north carolina here. west virginia. indiana. romney campaign people are watching at home saying no way. this is a hypothetical to be generous to santorum. here's a huge one in the west. california. most romney people say we don't have the people to take it. give a few states back to romney. romney clinches in this scenario. that would be enough. and there's still other states the romney campaign thinks it might beat santorum in his home state of pennsylvania. that's an april contest. we'll have that conversation in a few weeks. under this generous scenario, governor romney still clinches. he's still in second place. if i could give him california, look at that. if i gave senator santorum under this scenario. right at the finish line. just a little bit over. so even if senator santorum stuns us in illinois tomorrow, he would have to run the map. currently he's winning 20% of the delegates. he has won 20%. he needs to win 70% to clinch the nomination. he would have to win 60-plus to deny governor romney and go to the convention with an argument.
virginia. and let's say indiana. let's even say they can win wisconsin. just gave him four more states. romney supporters are saying no, no, no. this is just a hypothetical to test the math. romney still wins. >> still has 1190. and you need 1144. santorum comes up with only 574. >> to block romney he would not only have to do what i did, he would have to take away one of the big winner take all. we don't expect him to win montana, south dakota. no more small gains out there. he would have to in june take away california. even look at that. even under the scenario i've been generous. that doesn't get him there. maybe he has to win california and new jersey. is that possible? yes. is it probable based on everything we've seen so far? no. they're complaining about romney's cash advantage in a state like new jersey. advertising in new york in a huge state like california. resources matter. so i'm being incredibly generous here. most people would say that's hard to believe and that's hard to believe. and even if the santorum campaign could change all that, if they can't change the winner t
. i've been generous to santorum. i give him both illinois and indiana. some are saying no way. but i'm giving him those states to santorum with gingrich still in the race. look what happens. even under this scenario, romney wins. now, let's say senator santorum he wins pennsylvania. let's say for some reason he could win new jersey. here's the big one here. let's say he could win california. winner take all states. i'm again being generous and hypothetical. then this is a dream sequence for santorum. even then, yes he stops romney. he would go to the convention behind him. this is with gingrich in. >> hold on one second. what happens in tampa in this scenario? newt gingrich is a very powerful man, clearly. >> gingrich would be a powerful man. ron paul would be a potentially powerful man even with 125 delegates. and there would be other people from jeb bush to chris christie that people would be walking around watching them at their every move just to see what happens here. here's the point. this is unlikely. this is a big money state. there's is big conservative base in california. g
indiana. romney campaign people are watching at home saying no way. this is a hypothetical to be generous to santorum. here's a huge one in the west. california. most romney people say we don't have the organization, the resources to take california. just gave a few states back to governor romney including illinois tomorrow, look what happens, governor romney clinches in this scenario. that would be enough. and there's still other states the romney campaign thinks it might beat santorum in his home state of pennsylvania. that's an april contest. we'll have that conversation in a few weeks. under this generous scenario, governor romney still clinches. senator santorum comes up short, he's still in second place. if i could give him california. look at that. if i gave senator santorum under this scenario. right at the finish line. just a little bit over. so even if senator santorum somehow stuns us in illinois tomorrow, he would have to run the map. thanks for being on the program. you heard john king say he would have to win over 70% of the delegates to clinch the nomination. 1245 realistic
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